Oscars Luncheon 2013

I’m loving Jennifer Lawrence’s romantic messy do. her Chloe dress is just to die for. I love how it is simple, yet unusual- the silhouette, the length, the draping… It’s kinda like a dress she’s outgrown or something. Innocent. Romantic. Love.


And, Naomi Watts’ Valentino dress? Lovely. Loving her Louboutins as well. Well done!


Anne Hathaway’s The Row dress is simple, yet stunning. I’m loving the sleek silhouette. Very elegant. And her Giuseppe Zanotti heels are just perfect. Bravo!


I love the pop of color in Jessica Chastain’s black Erdem dress. It makes her dress a bit more interesting.


Only, I wish she had worn a different pair of heels. Like, maybe a pair of black Helmut satin pointed toe Louboutins,


or even a neon PVC Unbout Illusion Louboutin pumps.


I adore Helen Hunt’s Dolce&Gabbana dress. It’s flattering on her. But I wish she had worn a different heels as well.


Like, perhaps a pair of coral Dior chain-link platforms (Spring 2012 collection),

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or green/black two-tone Gucci Ophelie chain embellished t-strap pumps (Spring 2012 collection).

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And, I kind of like Kathryn Bigelow’s understated look here as well. Again, only if she had worn a more interesting heels!


I’d suggest a pair of Lanvin chain link and leather ankle strap pumps (Spring/Summer 2010 collection),


or these red Tom Ford snakeskin padlock ankle strap pumps (Fall 2012 collection).


photos: zimbio / google images

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